Namibia is rich in biodiversity, home to some of the world’s most intriguing species, including leopards, lions, jackals, giraffes, springbok, honey badgers, elephants, and zebras, as well as hundreds of species of birds. Many of these species face extinction, and it is only through conservation efforts that they remain in the wild. Black and white rhinos, wild dogs, and cheetahs are some of the most endangered. At Krumhuk we work hard to ensure that both predators and prey are protected and have a sanctuary where they can thrive and share the land with humans.
On our game drives you can learn about our conservation efforts as you roam our 8000 ha in a 4×4. Along the way you will catch a glimpse of some of Namibia’s most beautiful animals, including zebras, baboons, kudu, oryx, springbock, warthogs, and maybe even a cheetah if you’re lucky.